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The New York Green Bank announced its debut transactions, expected to stimulate US$800 million of investment for clean energy projects in New York.
Santander Bank will provide a US$377 million credit facility to Solar Star California XIII, a SunPower hold co.
Risen Solar, based in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China is to invest US$600 million in a 300MW solar plant in Mexico.
SunEdison has closed construction finance with Deutsche Bank for a 26MW solar power plant in California.
US wholesale energy provider, Southern Power announced it has acquired a 150MW solar plant in California.
The European Council has reached an agreement over the 2030 climate and energy policy framework.
Soitec Solar Development, a subsidiary of semiconductor manufacturer Soitec, has agreed a 150MW module deal with a North American PV energy provider. The customer has a power purchase agreement with San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) for the solar project in California.
SPI and GD Solar are to develop 500MW of solar in China, each year from 2015 to 2017, for a total of 1.5GW.
The US Department of Energy SunShot Initiative granted solar financier Mosaic a second award in the amount of US$650,000 to support its home solar loan programme that should help the initiative’s mission to make solar a cost-competitive form of electricity by the end of the decade.
Europe’s climate and energy future hangs in the hands of politicians meeting in Brussels today and tomorrow.
PV manufacturer Clenergy, completed a 41MW mounting order for TBEA SunOasis’ Quaid-e-Azam Solar Energy Park, on track to be Pakistan’s first large-scale ground PV project.
Module manufacturer, REC Solar ASA has announced the closure of two supply agreements totalling 300MW.
Solar cell and module manufacturer China Sunergy (CSUN), completed the delivery of 39MW of solar modules to solar vehicle company Third Step France, shipped from CSUN’s plant in Turkey.
PV manufacturer Trina Solar is planning to significantly expand solar module manufacturing capacity in 2014, according to documents seen by PV Tech.
Time is fast running out for the US and Chinese to reach a negotiated settlement to their ongoing solar trade dispute, according to a leading expert on the case.